WolfPAC Solutions Group upgrades online business continuity planning solution
- Published: Friday, 03 April 2015 14:02
WolfPAC Solutions Group, a division of Wolf & Company P.C., has announced that the Business Continuity Planning module of its WolfPAC Integrated Risk Management tool has been updated.
The Business Continuity Planning module integrates with the Business Continuity Risk Assessment and Business Impact Analysis modules and will help improve an organization's ability to capture, organize, and centralize the policies and response procedures necessary in the event of a business disruption.
"By working with our client community, WolfPAC continues to invest in our core integrated risk management platform. Our vision and mission remains steadfast to provide contemporary tools and solutions for organizations that must remain vigilant about increased risk exposure and be compliant with heightened regulatory expectations. This upgrade to the Business Continuity Planning module is a testament to this commitment," said Michael Cohn, member of the firm and director of WolfPAC Solutions Group. "These are powerful yet easy to use tools that ensure that the most up-to-date and efficient response plan is in place for any unforeseen business disruption. Like all of the tools offered by WolfPAC Integrated Risk Management, the BCP module will help our clients achieve a better view of the risks throughout their organization and put in place the best solutions to mitigate the risks and document the planned responses."
"With this release we are taking the existing Business Continuity Risk Assessment and BCP module to an entirely new level with significant enhancements in the user experience and the overall functionality with increased integration of these capabilities within the overall risk management platform. Our clients will be delighted with this latest release which brings the business continuity solution that much closer to an institutions' need to better manage enterprise-wide risks in an ever increasing outsourced industry," said Bharat Nair, director of Product and Technology Strategy at WolfPAC.